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(A) Panoramic view of Helmet Mountain cirque and <b>West</b> <b>Washmawapta</b> <b>Glacier</b>. ...
Published: 01 January 2013
Figure 1. (A) Panoramic view of Helmet Mountain cirque and West Washmawapta Glacier. Supraglacial debris mantles much of the glaciers front margin; sediment-laden lakes dot the proglacial foreland. A single large rockfall is visible on the left-hand side of the photo. The glacier is approximately
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Overview map of Helmet Mountain cirque and <b>West</b> <b>Washmawapta</b> <b>Glacier</b>, detail...
Published: 01 January 2013
Figure 4. Overview map of Helmet Mountain cirque and West Washmawapta Glacier, detailing the sampling locations used in the sediment budget (the cirque boundary is delineated by a white dashed line). Snow apron and supraglacial debris (SD) sample boxes are drawn to scale. R—large rockfalls; EFP
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(A) Location map of Helmet Mountain, British Columbia, Canada. (B) Simplifi...
Published: 01 January 2013
Figure 2. (A) Location map of Helmet Mountain, British Columbia, Canada. (B) Simplified map of Helmet Mountain cirque and West Washmawapta Glacier. We define the cirque to include three headwall regions (south wall, west wall, and north wall), the glacier, and the glacier foreland. The cirque
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Relationship between mass per area on the snow surface and pixel brightness...
Published: 01 January 2013
Figure 7. Relationship between mass per area on the snow surface and pixel brightness on an aerial photograph of West Washmawapta Glacier. Points 5 and 9 (circled) appear heavier than their brightness implies because they included many thick rocks. Aerial photograph was taken 15 August 2007, 2 d
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A: Example of schrundlines, Great Western Divide, Sierra Nevada, California...
Published: 01 September 2012
Figure 1. A: Example of schrundlines, Great Western Divide, Sierra Nevada, California. B: West Washmawapta Glacier (WWG) and surrounding cirque (51.177°N, 116.33°W), highlighting sensor locations and prominent schrundline; view is to west. C: South wall bergschrund at WWG. In photo, verglas coats
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2013
GSA Bulletin (2013) 125 (1-2): 229–248.
...Figure 1. (A) Panoramic view of Helmet Mountain cirque and West Washmawapta Glacier. Supraglacial debris mantles much of the glaciers front margin; sediment-laden lakes dot the proglacial foreland. A single large rockfall is visible on the left-hand side of the photo. The glacier is approximately...
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Measured temperature (left axis) and modeled frost cracking rates (right ax...
Published: 01 September 2012
). A: Ambient air (representative of subaerial headwall; see footnote 1 for more information). B: West Washmawapta Glacier (WWG) bergschrund lips (west wall is blue, south wall is green). C: Deep in WWG bergschrunds (∼10 m depth). Also shown in red is single record from 8.5 m depth within Conness Glacier
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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 September 2012
Geology (2012) 40 (9): 779–782.
...Figure 1. A: Example of schrundlines, Great Western Divide, Sierra Nevada, California. B: West Washmawapta Glacier (WWG) and surrounding cirque (51.177°N, 116.33°W), highlighting sensor locations and prominent schrundline; view is to west. C: South wall bergschrund at WWG. In photo, verglas coats...
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(A) Daily mean temperature (midnight to midnight) and range (minimum to max...
Published: 01 January 2013
(the total discharge at stream gauge 2, black) and West Washmawapta Glacier (WWG) only (gray). Dashed where approximate; double lines represent 98% confidence bounds for each discharge record. Locations of stream gauge 1 and 2 are shown in Figure 4 . (C) (Left axis) Suspended sediment concentration measured